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Former Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court Ruth McGregor will conduct an independent investigation into alleged unethical practices within ASU's economics department, according to a letter sent to Undergraduate Student Government Tempe Senate Tuesday morning.
Feeling grouped together and misunderstood were feelings students from the Southeast Asian American Student Association said they deal with constantly.
ASU sophomores Linda Keo, Summer Tran and Brandie Ramarui pose for a photo in Tempe, Arizona, on Monday, April 22, 2019.
The Planned Parenthood Generation Action organization on campus is working toward implementing menstrual equity on campus, from getting petitions signed to working with Undergraduate Student Government.
ASU is making changes to address the concerns of multicultural student groups on campus in response to student claims that the tenuous relationship between the groups and University leadership has faltered in recent years.
ASU is denying claims that it purposely failed students in its economics department and forged a deal that required students to pay to turn in homework after an email went viral Thursday afternoon.
ASU will be welcoming a prominent designer to spearhead a new degree that will integrate design theory with disciplines such as engineering and business beginning next semester.
Andrea Glenn's official responsibility at ASU Prep South Phoenix PCA High School is to serve as an adviser. But to her kids, she's more than just someone who prepares them for the SAT — she's helped them through personal loss, guided them to six-figure scholarships and gone above and beyond to enable their success, according to colleagues and students.
A group of ASU organizations have come together to provide a scholarship for students who are undocumented or recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Dozens of students gathered outside of the Student Pavilion on the Tempe campus Thursday to oppose the presence of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents at a career fair.
As graduation season approaches, the manicured lawns and stone paths of Old Main become a hotspot for photos and celebrations – and all the glitter that comes with it.
A partnership between the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the College of Health Solutions aims to solve various health problems through collaborative interdisciplinary projects.
The University announced Monday that a $50 million donation to the Biodesign Institute and the College of Nursing and Health Innovation will rename the nursing college to the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
Graphic published on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
With Sexual Assault Awareness Month on the horizon, several ASU community members are planning events and aiming to raise awareness not just during April, but year-round as well.
Barrett, the Honors College recently proposed a fee increase of $250, raising the fee to attend the program to $1,000 per semester and causing controversy among its students.
Four ASU students won $1,000 each for an IKEA recycling truck concept in the 11th Interdisciplinary Cluster Competition for The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts earlier this year.
As the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism prepares to open in fall 2019, the center is aiming to recruit students from multiple disciplines while bringing on top talent from the field of investigative journalism.
Earlier this month, the W. P. Carey School of Business said goodbye to a beloved member of its community.
The City of Tempe is working on visionary plans to improve the Tempe Beach Park with hopes to enhance the area and create an inviting park for visitors.